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Ana Djuricic

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11 Jul 2013 Screenshot HOKUYO UTM-30LX-EW Matlab API Adapted to support the Hokuyo to request HE measurements, i.e. multiecho distance and intensity. Author: Ana Djuricic gui, communications, signal processing, measurement, multiecho distance an..., lidar 26 2
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11 Oct 2013 Region Growing Segmentation by growing a region from seed point using intensity mean measure Author: Dirk-Jan Kroon

Hi,

if someone knows example for region growing using multiple seed points, please share! Thank you!

Greets,
Ana

12 Jul 2013 HOKUYO UTM-30LX-EW Matlab API Adapted to support the Hokuyo to request HE measurements, i.e. multiecho distance and intensity. Author: Ana Djuricic

Please note:

First of all compile utmDecode (c++ file) with MEX in order to run it within MATLAB. It is an essential part of the driver.
It decodes the raw readings into meaningful data. It is written in c++ for speed.

I made 32bit and 64bit compilations but I couldn't upload them because MATLAB sharing center do not publish any executable files (EXE, DLL, P- code, MEX, etc.).

29 Jan 2013 Hokuyo UTM-30-LX-EW for matlab Functions to grab data from the Hokuyo-UTM30-LX-EW. Author: Stathis Fotiadis

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29 Mar 2014 HOKUYO UTM-30LX-EW Matlab API Adapted to support the Hokuyo to request HE measurements, i.e. multiecho distance and intensity. Author: Ana Djuricic SAWANGWAN, SONGKRAN

thank you

12 Jul 2013 HOKUYO UTM-30LX-EW Matlab API Adapted to support the Hokuyo to request HE measurements, i.e. multiecho distance and intensity. Author: Ana Djuricic Djuricic, Ana

Please note:

First of all compile utmDecode (c++ file) with MEX in order to run it within MATLAB. It is an essential part of the driver.
It decodes the raw readings into meaningful data. It is written in c++ for speed.

I made 32bit and 64bit compilations but I couldn't upload them because MATLAB sharing center do not publish any executable files (EXE, DLL, P- code, MEX, etc.).

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